This is our 2nd time here. Stayed a month last December, and although we only planned on a week for this stay, we've extended it and will soon be here a month again. The owners are super friendly and are continuing to make improvements. The sites are a bit narrow, but are very long and level, so very easy in and out. The owners are very animal friendly and even offered to walk our dog throughout the day if we wanted to leave him here while going sightseeing. The Sunday potlucks are nice and there is a good sized book exchange in the clubhouse. I don't like the mineral taste of the water, but I'm super picky since water is about all I drink. And I noticed that although the restrooms are clean, the water does stain the toilets. We had a Passport America rate.
The park is fine for an overnight stop. They keep two sites just for this purpose. Both have electric and water, no sewer, but there is a dump. Sites weren't perfect, but were reasonably level. Grassy area to walk pets. Laundry room with one washer and dryer. There was no one there because there is no office, but there are three phone numbers to call, very clearly posted. The water was good, restrooms and showers clean, and there was a nice sitting area. There was only one other spot open. Looked like lots of long term residents. We probably wouldn't stay more than a few nights because the sites were close together, and we like a bit more privacy. The owners were very nice.
We stayed here 2 nights on our way out west. The rate is a Passport America rate. They are expanding, and when done, the park will have 156 sites. There are gravel, concrete and grass sites. 8 of the concrete sites are extra long for big rigs. All the concrete sites have picnic tables and an offset for parking your tow vehicle. No shade yet, but will be a little once the trees grow more. The restrooms, shower, laundry and game/exercise room are very clean and spacious. The whole park is clean and well laid out. The Wi-Fi was excellent, but the park wasn't busy. Don't know how it would be under a heavy load. We were in a long site, but received the lower rate for the shorter sites. Not sure why, maybe because it was so early in the season? We might bring our grandchildren to see the Great Smoky Mt. National Park. If we do, we would consider staying here. It's close enough to the park and other attractions, but out of the way enough that it is quiet and relaxing. They would be kept busy with the pool, creek and game room.
The owners are very nice and helpful. We chose this campground at the last minute and called ahead at almost 7 PM. Even though we arrived late, they stayed to help us get to the correct site. We had a nice, long pull-through site. It was out of level a bit, but nothing major. It was just a 2 night stopover, so we didn't use the restrooms or showers. The office, store and grounds were clean. The sandbox does need some attention, but we don't have kids, so it didn't matter to us. Lots of room to walk our dog and off the main highway, so there's minimal noise. Lots of shade. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a week in Sept while visiting Glacier National Park. $30/day, with the 7th free, + tax, so the actual cost was $27.52/day for a full week. The sites are shaded, stone and pretty level, with some grass and picnic tables between the sites. The owners are super nice. Showers, rest rooms and laundry were newer, clean and very nice. They have 2 dog kennels, $15/day or 7.50 for a 1/2 day. Our dog is a big baby, though, so we only used them once. They're under the porch deck, clean and all in shade, no sun. Office has postcards and some gifts and RV supplies, but no drinks or snacks. There is a small country store about 1/4 mile up the road. We will probably stay here again when in this area.
We stayed here 2 nights, because it was near to the Little Bighorn battlefield. The restrooms and showers were super clean and spacious, the best we've seen so far. The park in general was very clean and the sites are long, so even big rigs wouldn't have a problem getting in and out. The Wi-Fi was iffy at our site. There was a little shade, but not much. To keep the sloped grass areas between the sites lush and green, they run sprinklers at night. So beware, because in the morning, the grass is wet and slippery. And dirt did splash up on our trailer. Didn't really bother us, but might bother some people. The sites are stone and ours was not very level. From the blocks and levelers we saw on other RVs, it looked like most weren't. All in all, it's not a bad park, but I think $34/night is too much. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
We stayed here in August for a week. $25/night + tax for electric and water, with the 7th night free, so about 22.61/night for a full week. Owner and campground hosts were all super nice. Very helpful in recommending things to see and do in the area. The sites are grass, and they are level. Beats sitting on blacktop on a hot summer day. The restrooms were older, but super clean. Even saw the one park host scrubbing the bath mats one day, and I do mean scrubbing, not just a quick spray-off. The Wi-Fi was pretty good at our site, but it isn't good in the sites further back. You have to be near the front, closer to the office. The laundry has 2 washers and 2 dryers @ only $1 per load! Office has a small store with some essentials, drinks and snacks, all reasonably priced. Also a nice book exchange and a nice selection of DVDs free to borrow. In summation, Teepee is a nice small campground with few amenities ( no pool, clubhouse, etc.) but just right for us. We are going to take the grandkids to Mt. Rushmore, the Black Hills and surrounding area next summer and will definitely stay here again.